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cho·ral

 (kôr′əl)
adj.
1. Of or relating to a chorus or choir.
2. Performed or written for performance by a chorus.

[Medieval Latin chorālis, from chorus, choral dance, from Latin; see chorus.]

cho′ral·ly adv.
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Adv.1.chorally - by a chorus; "chorally accompanied"
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This way the rhythms and rhymes come alive and the repeated refrains can be recited chorally.
READING THE NOVEL: After reviewing the questions that the teacher asked at the beginning of the story, the teacher and students would begin reading the assigned chapters chorally.
Orchestrally this was a triumph, and almost so chorally, too.
Arnold had their students pronouncing chorally and when it was opportune to emphasize any aspect of pronunciation he used to mention the Mark [union] Anthony effect, meaning, according to him, that it was the action of putting the words together by pronouncing them as one to make a reliable speech:
With most of the below-the-line talent new to the franchise, "Dawn" has an aesthetic entirely distinct from that of "Rise," with Michael Seresin's antsy camerawork painting from a strikingly dank palette, and Michael Giacchino's chorally embellished score occasionally evoking the grandeur of Howard Shore's work on "The Lord of the Rings" trilogy.
So she chose lovely fresh chorally red and we had fun with the nails as well but kept rest of the face fresh.
These writers can be read both individually and chorally, 'appreciating every single sound with an ear to the combinatory possibilities that enrich the global musical symmetry' (p.
For example, Rosa read stories and asked the children to listen for explicit vocabulary, to read stories chorally, and to practice phonological rules.
Such activities have been developed as process-experiences, progressively and chorally implemented by experts and people (meeting, discussing and learning together) in a pleasant atmosphere, in a very 'friendly learning'.
Although seemingly contradictory, a direct instruction approach, which provides the teacher with a script and the students with opportunities to respond chorally (as a function of errorless learning; Markle, 1990) or with faultless communication (Englemann & Carnine, 1982), was selected as the most efficient way to create such a culture.